Grand jury

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Grand jury [r]: In the United States justice system a grand jury is a pre-trial proceeding which determines whether there is enough evidence to justify a trial. [e]

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In the United States justice system a grand jury is a pre-trial proceeding which determines whether there is enough evidence to justify a trial. This originated in England, but was abolished there in the 20th century.